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Turning the Kitchen

by Richard Barron

The kitchen can be a hot, tight, inhospitable place to work, with oil spitting, ovens radiating, fans buzzing, pans clanging, and servers demanding. Amidst the controlled chaos, a team of cooks must pull together, remain calm, and assemble a myriad of hot, tepid, and cold dishes. At other times, the kitchen has a quiet, breezy, and casual feel.

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Richard Barron great post on turning the kitchen you have shared here and at the bench top power tools site. Good to see how your team take care of the kitchen. Kitchen can indeed be hot and hard to be in, good post.